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Old 06-09-2004, 02:47 PM   #1
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Would the upper and lower intakes from a 3.8 95 fit a 3.8 97?
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yes they will fit
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Yes. The only differences is the 95 upper will have 2 fewer vacuum attach points. I have a 95 upper on my 98 all I did was buy a plastic vacuum T fitting to connect my vacuum lines. If you are deleting your EGR you wount need the T fitting

The lower is the same except the thermostat housting where the upper radiator attaches to the lower intake is a different size bolts. So you will need the 95 thermostat haousing or you will have to ream out the 97 fitting to be able to use the larger bolts.
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Yes. The only differences is the 95 upper will have 2 fewer vacuum attach points. I have a 95 upper on my 98 all I did was buy a plastic vacuum T fitting to connect my vacuum lines. If you are deleting your EGR you wont need the T fitting

The lower is the same except the thermostat housting where the upper radiator attaches to the lower intake is a different size bolts. So you will need the 95 thermostat housing or you will have to ream out the 97 fitting to be able to use the larger bolts.
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